How to watch the Premier League as it happens at your local bar

By Nick MackeyThe Premier League has been rebranded as the Premier Rugby League this week after being officially rebranded in 2017.

The new league was launched by the governing body in 2016, and it has the backing of the Premier Sports Fund (PSF), which was set up by Premier League chairman Greg Dyke to help support the sport’s grassroots and develop the game.

The Premier Rugby league was officially launched in England on June 15, 2017, with the first game, the FA Cup Final, played on the weekend.

It is the most expensive sports competition in the world and has been the subject of numerous court cases.

But the format of the competition has been controversial, with many clubs opting to play on the pitch, and with no TV rights for either club or fans.

The first game of the 2018/19 season is set to take place on June 20.

It will be the first time that the Premier Football League will be played in England, with Manchester United having played there for seven years.

But a decision to play the competition in England is still being finalised, with both clubs and the Premier Soccer Federation (PSSF) saying they will make a final decision before the end of the year.

This means that we’ll be watching it live on the big screen at your club.

We’ve had lots of offers to show it to the public, but the Premier Sport Fund has decided to wait until after the first match.

There are currently five Premier Sports Teams in the Premier league: Sunderland, Everton, Leicester and Leicester City.

But, if there are no other games before the 2019/20 season, it is expected that the other clubs will take up the offer to play in the English Premier League, although it is not yet clear whether any of the clubs will actually take up.

The BBC has put together a handy guide to the Premier sport and what you need to know to watch it live.

Here are the top three things you need in the right order.